Skip to main content

About your Search

20111201
20111231
STATION
MSNBC 9
MSNBCW 9
CNN 3
CNNW 3
KNTV (NBC) 2
WRC (NBC) 2
CSPAN 1
CSPAN2 1
SFGTV2 1
LANGUAGE
English 31
Search Results 0 to 30 of about 31 (some duplicates have been removed)
MSNBC
Dec 2, 2011 12:00am EST
was the fact he was able to get the all-powerful rupert murdoch media machine behind him in the late '90s. rupert murdoch was just as right wing then as he is now. but his right-wing tabloid "the sun," which is as dominant in british tabloid media as fox news is anywhere cable news, tony blair convinced the conservative rupert murdoch to have the conservative "sun" tabloid get behind the blair candidacy. this right-wing paper, "the sun," endorsed the labour party and tony blair. so after nearly two decades of the labour party in exile, tony blair got rupert murdoch's backing. that helped him get elected prime minister. labour got to be in charge of britain for the next decade. george w. bush got a new poodle. and we all got the iraq war. whatever you think of what tony blair did with his time in power, his rise to power was skilled, very skilled. and that skill was manifest in part with his triumph in the murdoch primary. josh marshall at the website talking points memos has been writing about this. he wrote about it this past summer and again today. the idea of the murdoch primary everyb
SFGTV2
Dec 2, 2011 10:30pm PST
sitting around w eeping in their expensive soup about the fact that we were living in hell. rupert murdoch on the media. george bush was president. norman lear had his pulse on american culture for 30 years. why cannot figure out how to deal -- deliver a message that is important and happening? >> that is important. we can find messages that speak to people where they are. they can also have some satire like stewart or colbert. there is the idea of exposing with satire. it opens people's eyes to the hypocrisy and corruption of our politics. the problem is you want the captivating stories and images and vocabulary, but a lot of the colbert-stewart stuff is so absurd and over the top that people do not want to get engaged. >> that is where a large number of people get their news. >> i think the obama campaign was a pivotal point, bringing people in. now they leave. there is the possibility that people will come back in. i agree with that movements also have their problems. i think it is a moment of people waking up to the possibility of engagement in different ways, where they are, in commun
CNN
Dec 25, 2011 8:00am PST
, the one run by rupert murdoch with a slew of top executives arrested in a massive phone hacking operation. >> did you close the paper down because of the criminality? >> yes, we felt ashamed at what had happened and wanted to bring it to a close. >> and there were the inevitable political sex scandals. one topping a congressman, one exposing the dark side of a french politician, still another forcing a candidate out of the presidential race. >> is there a picture out there was you in your drawers that you are worried about? >> i think any normal person could say with certainty whether a picture was a photo of them or not. >> that's not a public of you? >> you know, i can't say with certitude my system was hacked. pictures can be manipulated, dropped in and inserted. >> strauss-kahn who denies all charge pleaded not guilty and was released in house arrest. what do you want? >> i want justice. i want him to go to jail. i want him to know you cannot use your power like this. >> i know these are awkward questions, but i'll ask the questions that are going to be asked -- was this an affair? >>
MSNBC
Dec 23, 2011 3:00pm PST
who knows how to use it, rupert murdoch. yes, i did start out in tabloid newspapers. they were the only people -- we all aspire to be murdoch papers. no voicemail, no cell phones. >> just pings, and woolie mammoths. >> quills, but that was a scandal -- that is a scandal, because it's still rolling, that takes in power, corruption at the highest level through law enforcement. the idea that anyone in the public eye is okay to spy on, whether the public eye is on a victim of murder or they're just famous, i think it was a moment when the otherwise, you know, quiet majority, the people who buy these things every day, and may find it voyeuristic and titillating, where they said, you know what? we actually have some values and standards, and it's about time it stopped. big scandal. >> michael? >> fast and furious for me was the scandal that i think will have some legs going into 2012, simply because it speaking to a couple things, one, what the government is willing to do without thinking, thinking it through. we see that on debt and deficit, but we also see the devastating impact it
CNN
Dec 4, 2011 5:00am PST
. but the reality is, this is certainly not the only high-profile divorce. i mean remember rupert murdoch and $1.7 billion? michael jordan was about $150 million. tiger, around $100 million. but in this case, i think well deserved for somebody who has had a lot of difficulty and the judge said, she should live in the manner to which she has become accustomed. >> well, she will be able to keep up with 1 $54 million. >> just the clubs alone, belonging to clubs in hong kong and london, she got about $6 million just for that. >> you got stay with the clubs. >> and the $6 million yacht. >> you got to have the yacht. >> then the millions for the daughter. >> all right, nadia bilchik with our "morning passport." thank you, as always. >>> it is horrible waking up. trs har it is hard. >> we go from hundreds of millions of dollars from a settlement to people looking for jobs still right now. nearly 2 million americans could actually lose their unemployment benefits. january. families are struggling. congress still trying to decide its next step. stay with me.ic eeping ] [ male announcer ] still getting da
MSNBC
Nov 30, 2011 8:00pm EST
's good buddies with rebekah brooks, the woman in charge of rupert murdoch's news international and arrested this summer in connection with the company's phone hacking scandal. today clarkson kicked it into low gear when he launched a verbal tirade at the 2 million public sector workers who were currently striking in the united kingdom. >> i'd have them all shot. i would take them outside and execute them in front of their families. i mean, how dare they go on strike when they have pensioned that are going to be guaranteed while the rest of us have to work for a living. >> really? jeremy clarkson thinks working for a living means riding around in expensive cars and crashing them when he's done? he should try cleaning the streets, educating the children or caring for somebody who's sick. that's what real work is. but his talk about guilt-edged pensions sounds pretty familiar. the reason the brits are out in the streets is no different from why people are in the streets in this country. the british government wants them to work longer and for less pay and, of course, a smaller pen
CSPAN
Dec 5, 2011 12:30am EST
was established by david cameron followed by questions of cell phone hacking working for rupert murdoch. this is a little over two hours. >> please sit down and make yourself comfortable. >> your full name. >> alice stair john campbell. >> now, you're hear today to provide testimony. since then, four things have happened. first of all, i believe you've signed the statement is that right? and therefore it is evidence. you've made three minor changes on the version that was provided. may i just identify for their benefit. >> yep. >> i'm working from the pagination of the right and giving the last five numbers. page 21094. right in the middle of the page after the news of the world in italics a name has been redacted. >> yep. >> that's in line with mr. hears' evidence. final paragraph. >> a manuscript from the version which is going to be on the screen. in substitution for on the fowcation. >> yep. >> and then page 211019, mr. campbell, the last two lines. sorry. the final sentence running on to the start of the next page, that is now being deleted. is this correct? >> that's correct. >> n
CNN
Dec 4, 2011 3:00am PST
in a divorce. rules package rupert murdoch's wife got $1.7 million. 17 days later he married wendy dame. remember that one. and michael jordan, about $150 million, $160 million he had to settle. and tiger woods, only $100 million. >> only. >> yes, miss tang is in a good mood today. >> we're at seven minutes to the top of the hour. nadia, thank you very much. >>> they've been kicked out, and now they're looking for a place to protest. occupy demonstrators in portland. they have now left a park there. they have their tents pulled down, thrown out. their story coming up. ♪ i want to be a part of it new york new york ♪ >>> good morning, new york city in the background. central park. seeing columbus circle there. new york city. good morning to you. good morning, everyone. good morning, portland, oregon. they saw a pretty interesting evening with the occupy movement there. they're looking for a new spot to demonstrate today. police in riot gear swept into the park where they had been set up and ordered them to get out. several occupy activists were arrested. they had set up camps there af
NBC
Dec 19, 2011 12:00am PST
. [laughter] and the last stage craft nominee, the guy who was fully rehearsed for his big moment as rupert and james murderoch -- murdoch testified on the phone tapping scandal the >> both tried to stay bove the fray until the fray came to them in the form of a cream pie aimed at the face of the patriarch the chris: everybody plans this stuff. it's all p.a. -- >> i don't know that i saw it at the time, but secretary clinton's reaction -- >> that's the hillary clinton who should have run for office. >> and that was my thought. i wanted to give the award to hillary for handling is -- it so well. she's got a great belly laugh, it was totally authentic. chris: every year we hope we can skip the year -- prize for the year's biggest cad. there's an old-word name, cad. but the nominees for 2011 are, how could we recyst? dominique strauss kaun. the married man who had sex with a hote medical maid. arnold schwarzenegger who had sex with a housekeeper. and anthony winer, sending out those embarrassing cell phone pictures. herman cain with all the allegations about harassment, tommed op with the 13-y
NBC
Dec 26, 2011 12:00am PST
as rupert and james murdoch testified on the phone tapping scandal. >> both murdoches tried to stay above the fray that is until the fray came to them in the form of a guy with a cream pie aimed right at the face of the patriarch. chris: everybody weas got to get in the act. everybody plans this stuff. it's all p.r. >> i don't know i saw it at the time but secretary clinton's reaction -- >> that's exactly what you want. she didn't plan that at all. >> that's the hillary clinton that should have run for office of the presidency. chris: she did not avert her glance, by the way. she took a good look at this guy. >> that was my thought i wanted to give the award to hillary for handling it so well. she has a great belly laugh. that was totally authentic. chris: she didn't go like this, oops. every year we hope we can skip the prize for the year's biggest cad. there's an old-world name, cad. but not this year. nominees for biggest cad of 2011 are, how can we resist, dominique strauss-kahn, married man, i.m.f. head who had sex with a hotel maid. arnold schwarzenegger, revealing he fathered a chi
CSPAN
Dec 21, 2011 12:00pm EST
was upheld by the dcc and then mr rupert murdoch gave a public statement which you set out in 34 where he said it is clear the young man, that's you, went over and had no hesitation to make the public demonstration. now i've reminded mr. morgan forcefully this is the responsibility to which she is an editor subscribes to in the employment. the company will not tolerate the company's best practices of the popular journalism. i'm going to return to that in a moment. they ask you a little bit in this first witness statement to deal with the issue of the investigators would now be 50 on page 24202 you have no recollection of any personal involvement in the use of the private investigators during your time in the news of the world but we were looking at the period that i think was less than two years. so paragraph 51 from time to time they would engage in a private investigative journalism during my time as editor the professionals were useful tools in securing the water it in evidence for or fact checking the articles and stories the journalists had uncovered about which they received. do you
MSNBC
Dec 28, 2011 3:00am PST
tried and failed to rob a seven-eleven in a gumby costume. there was wendy murdoch pimp slacking the guy who tried to pie her husband rupert. there were the two old guys who scrapped on stage at a canadian football reunion. alas, there can be but three medallist, and only one who wears gold. the bronze goes to the mountain biker dominated by a 300-pound leaping antelope, the silver to a crowd favorite who has become an internet hero, the coonskin cap eyewitness. >> he gets it, digging it like that, like dale jr. >> it was hard to believe there was someone better than that guy over the last 12 months or someone more entertaining than the cain/perry combo. >> if they print any more money over there in washington, the gold's going to be good. >> but there was. this year saw perhaps the greatest public meltdown in the history of american popular culture. our 2011 person of the year is the star of both "hot shots" and "hot shots part deux" mr. charlie sheen. >> i'm tired of pretending i'm not a rock star from mars. >> i've been riding on a mercury surf board. i'm a high priest war lock. winne
Search Results 0 to 30 of about 31 (some duplicates have been removed)